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we are following tragic developments from brazil this
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morning. almost 250 people are dead following a fire at a nightclub. what likely contributed to the mass casualties. a large fire burning this morning at a cement plant here in cupertino. we'll tell you what we know about what has caught fire here. getting ready to two. in just hours the niners will lee the bay area for new orleans. details on their departure. good morning, and welcome to mornings on 2 it is sunday, january 27th i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. walked out of the house to grab the paper today, felt the wind and cold. let's check if with rosemary. >> good morning, to you. pretty start to the day. 15 minutes until the official sunrise. mike mentioned, it is cold and brisk. for the afternoon mostly sunny skies. temperatures will be cooler than what we felt on saturday. i will line up your numbers and show you what i see coming up.
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we begin with a developing story of a tragedy in south america. at least 245 people are now dead in a nightclub fire in southern brazil. we want to show you the first pictures of the aftermath that are coming into our newsroom. the fire broke out at the kiss nightclub during a concert. that club reached maximum capacity with up to 2,000 party goers inside. the casualty toll is expected to climb. at least 200 pay tree quantities were hurt. a nearby gym has been turned into a makeshift morgue. investigators say it's too early still to figure out the cause of the fire. stay tuned throughout county -- stay tuned to ktvu throughout the morning for more updates. ktvu alex savidge just arrived on scene. what can you show us? what can you tell us? >> reporter: i can tell you
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this is a pretty good sized fire that is burning here at the lee high hanson cement plant. you can see a pretty good plume of black smoke that is coming up from this hillside here. there is workers driving by leaving the plant at this point. but you can see a lot of smoke there. what we understand is on fire is trucks of some kind. heavy equipment that is up in that area. it's unclear how the equipment caught fire. we understand there is power lines involved here because pg&e has called in. also have calls into the fire department. the plant as well. working to get more information on exactly what has caught fire here. but we are being kept a good distance away from it. we will try to gather more information and be back later on in the show. alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. two-year-old boy and his mother are listed in stable condition after getting shot last night in menlo park. the drive by shooting happened
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around 7:45 at the intersection of willow road and bay front expressway. they were in a car with four other people when they were hit. the driver then drove to a mcdonalds parking lot before stopping. the car was riddled with close to a dozen bullet holes. they are investigating to whether the shooting was gun related. >> toddler was sitting on the mother's lap. they were both hit. the child sustained a grazing wound to his head. >> the child and 24-year-old mother were taken to the hospital but their injuries are not life threatening. the gunman was in a green honda with another person. they were heading toward the dumbarton bridge. less than 90 minutes after that shooting a man was gunned down on capitol avenue in east palo alto. 21-year-old lamont coleman was pronounced dead at the scene.
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the two shootings are unrelated. no arrests have been made in either case. hundreds of guns are now in the hands of law enforcement after being turned in by their owners. 680 firearms were turned in at a gun buyback. congresswoman jackie spears says every gun turned one less life lost. >> there will be a debate this year on whether or not every person or any person should be allowed to have an assault weapon. >> some of the audience says gun control is not the answer. a new magazine interview with president obama might surprise gun control advocates. coming up in ten minutes why those advocates need to listen
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more. president answers the question about whether or not he has ever fired a gun. in over night news a car speeding from police went the wrong way on interstate 880 in hayward. they spotted the vehicle driving sporadically. they tried to flag him down but he took off. the driver crashed head on into another vehicle. >> the sheriffs department did continue their pursuit of the vehicle. a few minutes later the vehicle was involved in a collision as it tried to exit here. slided head on with a vehicle. >> two women in the other were taken to the hospital but their injuries are not considered life threatening. the man ran from the car and has not been caught. the driver of the stolen suv that crashed into a tree is still on the loose. there were a total of eight
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people in the gmc yukon. it reached speeds topping 90 miles an hour. the crash killed a 19-year-old passenger while five others were injured. police say they caught one person running from the scene. this morning the coast guard is trying to figure out what caused a sailboat to collide with a tug boat near the golden gate bridge. >> they were rescued by fish and golden gate. >> it happened around 3:00 yesterday afternoon. a tug boat was towing a barge when the collision happened. both people were rescued and weren't hurt. the coast guard is interruing crew members to try to determine what led up to the crash. the coast guard was also called out to rescue a fisherman in sonoma county. the man's boat got stuck in a marsh yesterday afternoon and he got stranded after he tried to walk to shore. the coast guard used the helicopter to reach him and he
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was not hurt. if you park in san francisco you need to feed the meter to avoid a ticket. it's the first sunday that the city's new parking fees will be enforced between noon and 6:00 p.m.. until now drivers got warners but that grace period ends today. san francisco 49ers will have one last chance to wish the team good luck. before the players lead for the super bowl they are departing from their practice facility until noon today. and then they will head out on a delta charter night for new orleans. the baltimore ravens fly to new orleans tomorrow. we are also sending a team of anchors to new orleans. they will have live reports and every newscast leading up to super bowl sunday. those will start tonight. immediately following the super bowl you will see a live local
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post game show right here on ktvu channel 2. >> that looks like a good defensive line for ktvu. super bowl week very exciting. if you want to go outside let's see what we're looking like. it's a pretty day. just don't leave without your jacket. you may need it. it's cool out there. it is breezy in some areas. stepping outside to the farmers market you may need the windbreaker. giving you a look over the bay. what a beautiful start to the bay. we do have a flag blowing there. along the coast and in the hills is where i see pretty gusty conditions. outside of that the winds generally light. 48 degrees at half-moon bay. 20 miles an hour at half-moon bay. that means it feels more like 40 degrees. that will send a chill down your spine. 40 degrees in concord. freezing in napa. 32 degrees petaluma. also very cold this morning. sinking to 32. 42 in oakland. 47 in redwood city.
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42 san jose. chilly start in sebastopol. 40 degrees in hillsburg to the east bay. 35 degrees for you in walnut creek. the winds again generally light. calm in napa as well as santa rosa. just a light breeze in oakland. livermore reporting calm conditions. it's right along the coastline and hills reporting gusty conditions. north westerly flow already settling in. that is drawing us out. that is why we are not seeing any fog out there. drier conditions already in place. we are seeing the cooler numbers as well. see just a little bit of moisture here dancing around unsettled weather in the forecast for today. should i mention that? it's almost an after thought. we have been seeing mostly sunny skies. temperatures will be cooler. this system bringing colder air into the area. already settling in. filling it this morning and by the afternoon in addition to breezy conditions we can expect our temperatures to be below average. take a look at what i do expect
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for san rafael. 53 for san francisco. 54 in hayward. low to mid 50s in the north bay. 55 for napa. 55 santa rosa. 55 mountain view. 56-degrees in santa cruz. afternoon. a cool one for your tomorrow morning a cold start once again as you get out the door. head back to work. temperatures will be a tad warmer monday afternoon and then a minor warmup as we head into tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. we do remain dry. back to the desk. the search for an american woman missing in turkey. what we have learned about her disappearance. tragic story from the bay area takes center stage at the sun dance film festival. the big honor for a movie about oscar grant. first let's take you outside there is a live look. accident on 580 westbound. it was first reported about
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rise and shine. a live look at san francisco. five minutes to the official sunrise. mostly sunny skies in store for today and cool afternoon temperatures. a new york congressman is working with officials to locate an american woman who disappeared while traveling alone in turkey. she arrived in istanbul on january 7th. she was scheduled to return last week but did not get on her ride home. her belongings were still in
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her room in turkey. >> you know you have so many stories going through your mind. you don't know what to think, you don't know what to believe. you don't know what to expect. you don't know what will come out of this. >> the family is working with u.s. officials as well as the turkish national police. her husband says she will be travel -- he will be traveling to turkey to meet with authorities. the u.s. military says he has successfully launched a missile. yesterday's launch did not have a target. but officials say it was intended to be a warning to north korea that the u.s. has the technology to destroy long range bow listic missiles. this marks the 30th anniversary of ronald reagan star wars  speech calling for the creation of a missile defense mission. leader kim jong-il held a meeting. he ordered them to take substantial and high profile measures but there is no word
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on what those measures are. he is protesting u.n. sanctions after a rocket test last month. upcoming magazine article about president obama surprise some gun control advocates. he has a profound respect for the traditions of hunting. in fact he says he and friends go skeet shooting at camp david all the time. gun control advocates need to listen more and understand why many americans are weary of government limits on firearms. as many as 25,000 people are expected to pack a gun show in southern california this weekend amid debate over gun control. attendees at the cross roads of the west gun show say they are concerned that guns may soon be harder to obtain. they say los angeles gun stores are having a hard time keeping ammunition in stock. >> if you look at these lines, today. this is a prime example of people who are angry and worried. >> record crowds also turned
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out for gun show in daly city earlier this month. hundreds of people in san francisco joined a nation-wide protest against gun violence. people marched through christie field holding antigun signs. organizers hope that tapping into the power of family. >> i just want to get some common sense gun safety solutions out there so we don't have to go through this again and again. >> one million moms for gun control is a grass roots organization that was found after the newtown shooting. they have 72 chapters across the nation. the group's largest gun control march took place yesterday in washington, d.c.. supporters say despite a lower than expected turnout they felt energize. police estimate about 1,000 people marched to the capitol. >> look at all the changes people said couldn't happen. civil rights, womens rights,
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don't ask don't tell, sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly. change will happen when we work for it as a country. >> this will not work or make a difference. >> what will make a difference? >> prosecute guys that commit crimes. >> a minister asked the crowd to pray in the direction of the white house to wish the obama administration success in passing tighter gun control laws. >> tens of thousands of protestors took to the streets of san francisco for the anniversary of legalizing abortion. pro-life protestors marched down market street from the civic center to justin herman plaza demanding roe v wade be turned over. a law student who testified before congress about contraception was a guest speaker. >> there is a more profound sight about access.
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about affordability and insurance coverage and making sure people especially in rural areas have access. >> i would like to see everyone question abortion more. they say it should be legal and safe they don't talk about rare. >> as many as 40,000 people attended the pro-life rally. it's the biggest antiabortion event on the west coast. supreme court could weigh in on the health care law requiring employee insurance plans to cover the cost of contraceptions. dozens of lawsuits have been filed by charities saying the mandate violates their religious beliefs. antists say appeals courts have made conflicting rulings and seems likely the supreme court may take up the issue. advisory panel is calling for tighter restrictions on an -- the panel wants hydro codone to be classified as a scheduled 2 drug because of its potential
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to cause addiction. the classification would limit the number of refills a patient could get. the fda has not said if it will act on the recommendation. hydrocodone is the post prescribed painkiller in the u.s.. casey anthony filed for bankruptcy. she claimed about $1100 in assets and $792 in liabilities. one claim covers a debt for scuba diving. she is unemployed with no recent income. a movie about oscar grant won a top prize at the sun dance festival. >> why don't you take the train out there. that way you can drink and hang out. >> fruitvale follows grant's last 24 hours before he was shot and killed by a bart police officer four years ago. the film won the best dramatic
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film 5:ward as well as audience a-- film awards as well as audience awards. benefit concerts continue to be sold this weekend to help bryan stow as he suffers a set back in his recovery. stow's mother is expected to attend tonight's concert in his hometown of santa cruz. it is one of four concerts organized by giants third base coach tim flanker reand his band. giants fan suffered brain damage after being severely beaten outside of dodgers stadium back in 2011. a public hearing scheduled for tomorrow in the future of pete's harbor has been postponed. the city canceled it after both the developer and save pete's harbor group asked for a delay. the california state commission is expected to clarify at its
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meeting in april whether the lease on the outer harbor can be transferred to the developer. without the lease, the development deal could fall through. we should learn this week how many people are living on the streets in santa clara county. the county's annual count of the homeless is scheduled to take place tuesday and wednesday. a 2011 survey found more than 7,000 people were homeless on any given night in that county and that number is expected to rise this year. volunteers are still needed for that county. president obama decides to talk a little football. if he had sons he may not let them play. the unusual interruption that sent players and coaches scrambling during a college basketball game. while we slept chilly temperatures slipped into the bay area. just how much cooler we are this morning and what you can expect for the afternoon coming up.
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president obama says if he had a son, it's possible he would not let him play football. the president is a big sports fan and loves his hometown chicago bears but he's saying he's deeply concerned about the severe head injuries associated with football. president obama adds that new safety rules might make football rules less safely. he is not worried about college players because they have a union and well paid. steph curry had 26 points against the milwaukee bucks last night but it wasn't enough to beat former warrior monta ellis. warriors still lose 109-102. now before they played the bucks, marquette university was playing providence in the same building and the game was interrupted by a bat. the bat first appeared with about 11 minutes left in the game. it sent players and referees
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scrambling as it swooped never the court. the game was stopped twice. they tried to swat that bat away. arena officials decided let's turn offer the lights and that might get rid of the bat. the bat has not seen since. 7:25. let's talk about the weather. certainly you might be waking up going burr it's colder. rosemary is watching that. hey rosemary. >> good morning, to you. five to ten degrees colder than where we started yesterday morning. areas like napa and fairfield 16-degrees colder. sinking to freezing in napa as well as fairfield. low 30s in some of our valley locations. wide spread mid to upper 30s to low 40s around the bay and mid 40s in areas like san francisco as well as oakland. low 50s in store by noontime and then will remain as low 50s into the afternoon. mid 50s for mountain view. san jose 56.
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some of the warmer spots there but you can see we're looking at 53 in vallejo. 53 san rafael. 53 in san francisco. mid 50s in areas like santa rosa and napa and inland east bay temperatures will be cool as well. livermore 54. 53 in antioch. and it will be breezy. we have a northwest breeze that will be kicking up in the afternoon. already seeing it along the coast. a little gusty in our hills this morning. winds 10-20 miles an hour. that will add to the chill. bring along that jacket. we will be off to a cold start tomorrow morning. getting the little ones off to school. it will be chillier -- a gradual warming trend with dry conditions tuesday, wednesday and into thursday. back to you. >> it's chilly here. it's also chilly up in tahoe. you are taking a live look at interstate 80 in kingsville. the roads are covered this
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morning. it's been snowing for the past two days. certainly that is bringing new snow to the area ski resorts. i know they are always happy about that. how about this? how about getting a holiday the day after the super bowl? the effort under way that could make it happen. a huge banner ended up on a power pole in san francisco. how it got there and the problems it caused for that neighborhood. ♪
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at a cement plant in cupertino. alex savidge is live on the scene with the latest details of the fire. alex. >> reporter: roughly an hour and a half after the fire first broke out here, you can see as you look over there you can see a plume of smoke up on this hillside. firefighters still trying to get a handle on it. we did within the last half hour get an update from the santa clara fire department. dispatcher said it's confirmed that trucks and tires are what is burning here up on this hillside. again this is on the property of the lee high hanson cement company. one more complication there were power lines involved with this fire. pg&e has been called in to come and assist firefighters here.
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we put in a call to pg&e this morning trying to get more information on exactly their involvement in this. we have not heard back from them. i also did put in a call to the lee high hanson plant as well. was not able to get any information there. we as you can tell are being kept a pretty good distance away from where this fire is burning. we are being kept outside the front gates. we tried to get on to the property to get closer to the the fire we were not allowed to do so. the person at the gate would not give us any information on the fire itself. we are working to get more information. we hope to bring that to you late on mornings on 2. alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >> that is the same spot where three people died and seven others were injured in a mass shooting. a disgruntled employee opened fire at the plant there. a report by the district attorney just late last year said the gunman eventually killed himself. we have just received new video of that devastating nightclub fire in southern
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brazil. this footage was taken inside the kiss nightclub as rescuers rushed in looking for survivors. it appears this is the outside right outside that club. 245 bodies have been pulled from that nightclub. a couple other hundred people were hurt. between 1,000 and 2,000 party goers were pushing and involving each other to escape. investigators are estimating there were 900 people in the builds at the -- building at the time. they called this a national tragedy. crime until california rose sharply last year. according to fbi statistics violent crime and property crime rose in 40 of california's largest cities. it's the largest crime instate they have seen in 20 years. crime rates vary grately. analysts say crime will likely increase again as prisons begin releasing inmates early. construction on high speed
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rail is scheduled to begin in july but the state has not bought the land needed. the l.a. times reports officials have not acquired a single acre along the valley route. officials say they hope to begin making offers on land in the next several weeks. the cost of acquiring land could delay the project even further. prices have been rising that could raise property owners expectations far above what the state expects to pay. a banner is being blamed for cutting power to thousands of people in downtown san francisco. the banner promoting hair cuts fell from a small plane around noon yesterday near fifth and brandon streets. it landed on power lines forcing crews to shut down the busy intersection. and it also knocked out power to about 2,000 people in sow ma and the china basin neighborhoods. >> i saw the plane carrying a banner.
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the banner frailing and drifting. >> power has been restored. the faa is look into what caused the banner to come off that plane. suspicious package shut down san francisco stockton tunnel for several hours. the bomb squad responded yesterday afternoon after someone spotted a metal suitcase on the sidewalk. people in nearby businesses were told to shelter in place and the tunnel and nearby streets were closed to all traffic. >> it was a metal case and we had no other way to determine what it was other than -- just because there is so much pedestrian, vehicle traffic. tons of people out here. so we had to air on safety. >> the tunnel was closed for at least two hours pap robot removed the suitcase which did not contain anything hazardous. the investigation into the cause of a huge fire will continue tomorrow. friday night fire destroyed the original pepper belly comedy and variety theater.
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it took firefighters about three hours to control that blaze. yesterday firefighters spent the blaze making sure no debris could fall into the street. the area has been rendered safe and the street is back open to the public. firefighters in napa say an electric blanket may be to blame for what destroyed a mobile home. a neighbor woke up to the names and tried to put it out with a bucket of water but it was too late. that mobile home is a total loss but fortunately no one was hurt. an investigation found the california department forest and fire protection hid $3.6 million from the state. the l.a. times reports cal fire used funds collected from legal settlements for new equipment and training rather than depositing it in the state's general fund as required. these aren't just the latest allegations about a state department hiding funds. the states park department has come under fire for con seeming $20 million even as parks were in danger of being closed.
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the state department of finances is planning to investigate the allegations. a staff infection outbreak at a high school in lafayette forced the cancellation of the congressional town hall meeting. that meeting was supposed to take place yesterday morning. and hundreds showed up to attend congressman george millers first session. but there was a sign on the door saying canceled due to staph. football fans are asking the obama administration for their very own national holiday. they created an online petition on the white house website. they want the monday after the super bowl declared a federal holiday. 111million americans lost last years big game. organizers hope to reach 100,000 by the end of next month. you can see the petition and some of the reasons for the
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holiday at ktvu.com. it's on our home page under web links. and at a solano county tattoo parlor it's offering a deal to any 49er fan that wants a permanent display of affection for their team allied ink will create 49er themed tattoos for $49. the regular price is $120. the manager expects a pretty big rush on friday as well as saturday. >> this season the oakland a's will be defending their american league west crown and tickets go on sale hours from now. they go on sale at 9:00 a.m.. if you are going to the ark's fan fest today, you can get them at the coliseum. tickets for that sold out weeks ago and it starts at 10:30. >> baseball. still talking football. time now 7:37. coming up on 7:38 let's turn to rosemary and see how we are looking. >> probably need the sun shades and a jacket. we've got chilly conditions out there this morning. we are going to remain cool
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into the afternoon. right now some of us freezing. napa, fairfield, 32 degrees outside your door. a live look at the bay bridge and into san francisco. san francisco also cooler. 46 in san francisco. 46 at sfo. did you notice mostly clear skies. yesterday morning we were a lot drier than where we have been. we have just the last bit of this system pulling through and behind it a dry northwest wind. 39 menlo park. 43 los altos hills. 43 in sunnyvale. the winds are gusty right along our hills and along the coastline. half-moon bay reporting winds to about 25 miles an hour. outside of that still generally light. i do expect they will pick up for the afternoon anywhere from 10-20 miles an hour. so cool and brisk is what i expect for your sunday afternoon. a look here at the pacific satellite. so we had just a few showers a
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pop up in the over night hours. we remain with this unsettled pattern. it's tough to talk about it. for most people it has been a lot of people. on the backside of this trough again colder air pulling in. snow levels all the way down to 2500 feet along the sierra. you will need the change at least through the morning hours. here at home a chilly start and afternoon breeze. temperatures below average in many areas. take a look at what you expect for your neighborhood. 54 for novato. 53 san rafael. 53 san francisco. 54 in oakland. low 50s concord and antioch. 55 mountain view. 56 san jose. 56 expected for santa cruz. the extended forecast we remain dry. we get into the last week of january here. rainfall totals for january well below average. we are still sitting okay.
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we could use some rain. not going to see it as we get into monday. a cold start once again. mid to upper 50s in the forecast for your afternoon. low 60s. a gradual warming trend as we get into tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. if you will be out and about today we'll have your lunchtime numbers coming up. freezing temperatures causing more problems for victims of super storm sandy. why residents are waiting so long for repairs. let's give you another live look outside. that is the east shore freeway. interstate 80 westbound, eastbound looking good. time now 6:40. you in heaven. wrapped in luxury.
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good morning, to you.
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and welcome back. a good looking starlet to the day but a chilly start to the day getting outdoors this morning it's a cold one. victims of super storm sandy are being tested again. this time by frigid cold temperatures. some gas lines in queens, new york are still not working. people have been forced to resort to space heaters and blankets to stay warm. residents have been flooding the gas company with calls but they say it's difficult for them to come out and make repairs. >> if you're not here you get skipped over and have to wait again. so you have no choice. >> there is one big source of help for sandy victims. a force of volunteers despite the freezing temperatures a number of people have been showing to continue to help clean up and get the neighborhood back to normal. new this morning there is reportedly a specific threat against westerners in eastern africa. england is urging all of its citizens to immediately leave the somali land region of
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somalia. kidnapping for political and financial gain is a serious problem. the new warning comes days after several european countries advised their companies to leave libya because of the terrors threats. the death toll continues to climb from rioting in egypt. 37 people are now confirmed dead and at least 300 others injured. the violence began when protestors clashed with security personnel. demonstrators were angry at the death sentences handed out in connection to a soccer riot last year. some streets in egypt are desserted. and hotels asked guest to leave in fear or more violence. the usa is hoping to defrays the crisis in mali. they are waging war against al qaeda linked militants. panetta promised they would help refuel french jets. and they plan to transport
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fighters to other african nations. new questions are being raised at the safety of bangladesh clothing factory after a second deadly fire there in two months. a fire broke out yesterday killing two people. there are reports people couldn't get out because the only emergency exit was locked. investigators are investigating those claims. a dallas man is thanking good samaritans for saving his life. jason doesn't remember running off the road and into a lake friday morning. his suv sank to the bottom and left him trapped inside. two joggers saw the crash and tried to pull him out. he was quite frantic when he saw his car sinking. two police officers came to help. >> on my way to work next thing
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i know i'm in the ambulance. no clue what happened. >> doctors say he suffered a mild seizure causing the accident. they told him to avoid driving for the next six months. philadelphia police arrested a man who they say threatened to blow up the liberty bell. yesterday the man claimed he had put two black backpacks containing explosives in front of a store about a half block where that bell is displayed. police called in the bomb squad and found the backpack. they did not have explosives in them. the man has no criminal record and it's not clear right now what led him to make those claims. police in southern louisiana are questioning a man suspected of killing a triable officer. critically injuring two deputies and setting a fatal fire. it all began when officers responded to a report of a man walking down a road near a casino. the man opened fire on the triable officer killing him. two sheriffs deputies that also
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responded were critically injured. firefighter also found the remains of an elderly man inside a burning mobile home. >> arrive at the scene. they encountered the male that fired we know as of right now multiple rounds. striking the police officer who was fatally wounded here at the scene. >> authorities believe the shooter set the fire before he was confronted by the officers. but he also shot -- but it's sis pebbled he was also shot but is expected to survive. seven people are dead after a violent saturday? chicago. one of the victims was a 16- year-old boy. no arrests have been made in any of the homicides. last year chicago recorded more than 500 homicides for the first time since 2008. schools in los angeles are stepping up security following last months school shooting in newtown, connecticut. the district has announced it's hiring an additional 1,000 aids for security efforts. at least two aids will be added at 400 elementary school
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campuses starting on march 1st. the aids will not be armed but they will be equipped with two way radios and vests. the plan is expected to cost $4.2 million. residents of san rafael could soon be paying less in taxes if they so choose. the school board will consider asking voters to remove the parcel tax in a special mail in election this week. last year the fund generated $4.8 million. the district says in a recent poll 70% of eligible voters said they would vote to extend that tax. national program to reduce childhood obesity is expanded to two bay area cities. members will be working in the oakland school district and in santa cruz. food core is a decision of aimer corp.
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its goal is to educate chirp about nutrition. michael bloomberg has donated about $1 billion to his alma mater. $100million of that donation is earmarked for financial aid for students in need. according to the university, bloomberg is believed to be the first person to ever reach the $1 billion level of giving to a single u.s. institution of higher education. former republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan is urging his party to stay unitied. he spoke to a group of conservatives yesterday in washington. he told the crowd they must stick agent together and pick their fights against president obama during his second term. he is calling obama care 13,000 pages of regulations. >> sometimes we will have to reject the president's proposals. that time might come more than once. and sometimes we'll have to make them better. the president will bait us.
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he will portray us as cruel and unruling. >> the wisconsin congressman is positioning himself for a possible run for the white house in 2016. the party must briden its appeal to include more minorities and women. chuck hagels nomination to replies leon panetta. the former nebraska senator is expected to appear before the armed services committee on thursday. hagel is a republican but his nomination is opposed by interest groups from both parties. the conservative organization for americans for strong defense is running tv ads saying hagel would weaken national security. the gay rights group has used hagel as being antigay, antiwoman, and antiisrael. he she is the first latino appointed to the high court. it recounts her life from bronx housing project to the federal bench.
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the event begins at noon at the hertz theater in san francisco. the event is sold out. today you can get a preview of a popular oakland robin fair. organizers say tomorrow's preview is a must for serious white elephant shoppers. tickets are $20. sale at 33 -- 333 lancaster street. getting more people on bikes getting them to share the north bay city trying to make that pap. a san francisco orangutan makes a super bowl prediction from that box right there. who she says is going to win. outside our doors this morning it's a chilly start in some areas. freezing in others. what i expect will -- when i expect we will thaw out. 5xñóñmñz?cç?çñkñkñe-
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starting today it will cost you mar to send a letter.
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the price of postage is going up again. it is now going to cost you 46 cents for a first class stamp and 33 cents for a postcard stamp. the latest increase was announced back in act. it comes as the postal service continues to struggle with money and is desperate for help from congress. the number of teenagers in marin county being arrested for dui's has doubled. the chp says they arrested twice as many teenagers 18 and younger for driving under the influence in 2012 compared to the year before. it says it is at a loss to explain why. the department also says the dui arrests of teenagers almost always involves multiple passengers. there is a new push to get a bike sharing program in marin. right new a public bike sharing system is being looked at by the transportation authority. bike would be made available at transit centers and town centers where people would pay to unlock a bike and take it to their destination. the bike would later be collected by a company and brought back to the original
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location. four stations would be set up between the ferry terminal and canal neighborhood in san rafael. doritos is asking super bowl fans to decide which ad should run during the big game. five finalists are competing for their ads to run during the super bowl. all of the ads were created by the general public and not ad agency. you can cast your vote by going to kraft.superbowl.com. an orangutan in fresno is making a big super bowl prediction. that is right. you saw it. the 25-year-old mother orangutan picked the san francisco 49ers to win the super bowl. she was given two boxes. one holding a san francisco 49er blanket and the other aa
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ravens blanket. zoo officials say they could not be happier with her pick. >> i wanted her to pick the 49ers but she doesn't know. she's actually just picking a blanket out of the box and the first blanket she pulled out happened to be the red and gold one. >> we'll find out if she is right. we'll have to wait until next sunday when that super bowl take place between the ravens and niners. >> i think she has inside knowledge. >> i do too. >> we like her predictions. rosemary how you predicting this weather will turn out for us today? a little chilly. >> a little cool. a little breezy. bring the jacket. we will be under mostly sunny skies. you may have time if you feel a little warm and have to remove that jacket. you get in the shade it will be cool. once again this morning a chillier start. temperatures anywhere from 5-10- 15 degrees cooler. 30s right around the bay. a few low 40s.
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as we get into the 9:00 hour feeling a little better. upper 40s to about 50 degrees for the east bay as well as portions of the peninsula and along the coast. by noontime low 50s in the forecast if you're going out to the a's fan fest 54 degrees around lunchtime. 54-degrees extending into the afternoon. the temperatures below normal for this time of year. even for the end of january. even for winter. 56 in san jose. cooler than yesterday and again a dry, cool north westerly wind expected to pick up. temperatures will be very similar as we get off to tomorrow morning. and then into the afternoon. a gradual warming trend for the rest of the week ahead. we continue to follow developing news from south america. at least 245 people killed in a nightclub fire. we have new video just into our newsroom we'll bring it to you in the second hour in mornings on 2.
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at least 245 people are dead after a night fire at a packed nightclub in brazil. smoke can still be seen coming from the lee high tire
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plant. we are a week away from the super bowl. in a few hours the san francisco 49ers will be at the airport heading to new orleans. good morning, and welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday, january 27th i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. let's get over to rosemary orozco for a quick check of your weather. sunny but a little chillier today. >> yes. and the breeze will add to that. this morning a little bit cold out there. even freezing in some areas. we are off to a brisk start along the coast as well as the hills and the winds are expected to become a little more wide spread into the afternoon. temperatures below average for this time of year. in the extended forecast no rain. i will show you your numbers. i will show you what i expect in the extended forecast coming up. topping our newscast investigators say they may have discover had set off a massive fire in brazil.
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that fire broke out around 2:00 this morning, local time. at least 245 people are dead. this is video taken from inside the club. video just arrived into our newsroom. rescuers searching for survivors. police believe the pyrotechnics for a music band set the building on fire. investigators say 500 to 1,000 people were inside at the time. many victims died from getting trampled or affixuation. back here in the bay area fire is burning at a cupertino cement plant. earlier we could see a plume of black smoke coming from the lee high plant. tires as well as large equipment are on fire. pg&e has also been called to the scene. right now there are no reports of injuries. a two-year-old boy and his mother are listed in stable condition after getting shot last night in menlo park. that happened around 7:45 at
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the intersection of willow road and bay front expressway. that is across from the offices of facebook. now they were in a car with four other people when they were hit. the driver then drove to a mcdonalds parking lot in east palo alto before stopping. the car was riddled with close to a dozen bullet holes. >> the child was sitting on top of the female which was his mother's lap and they were both hit by bullets. they both sustained injuries to their legs. >> the child and 24-year-old mother were taken to stanford medical center. the other people in the car including the boy's father was not hurt. the gunman was in a green honda with another person. they were last seen headed toward the dumbarton bridge. less than 90 minutes after that a man was gunned down in east palo alto. he was pronounced dead at the scene. half a dozen bullet cases
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surrounded the body. no arrests have been made in either case. one person is in critical condition after being thrown from a car. it happened around coolidge avenue. police are looking into what caused the crash. they say both drivers were going the speed limit and drugs and alcohol did not appear to be factors. no one else was hurt. car speeding from police went the wrong way on interstate 880. deputies spotted the vehicle driving rapidly around 11:00 p.m.. they tried to flag him down but the driver took off. deputies pulled back for safety but the driver still crashed head on right into another another car. the sheriffs department continued their pursuit of the vehicle. a few minutes later a vehicle was involved in a collation. they tried to exit. slided head on with a vehicle entering. >> two women in the other car were taken to the hospital but their injuries are not life
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threatening. the man driving the wrong way ran from the scene and has not been caught. we want to update you on the story we first reported yesterday right here on mornings on 2. the driver of the stolen suv that crashed into a tree in oakland is still on the loose. a total of eight people were in the gmc yukon. the suv reached speeds topping 90 miles an hour during a police chase. the crash killed a 19-year-old passenger while five others were injured. police say they caught one person running from the scene. -ups of guns are -- hundreds of guns are in the hands of law enforcement after being turned in by their owners. 680 firearms were turned in in san mateo yesterday. gun owners received $100 for a handgun. shotgun or rifle. and $200 for assault weapons. congresswoman jackie spears survivor of the jones town massacre says every gun turned in is one less life lost. >> there will be a debate later this year on whether or not any
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person should be allowed to have an assault weapon. >> spear held a town hall meeting in san francisco about gun violence. some in that audience said they do not believe gun control is the the answer. instead they say the justice system needs to do a better job blocking out felons. a gun buy back was also held in seattle. someone turned in a surface to air missile tube. the russian made weapon is fairly old and not operatable. it was among hundreds of weapons turned in yesterday. so many people showed up police had to end it early when their supply of gift cards ran out. as many as 25,000 people are expected to pack a gun show this weekend. attendees at the cross road say they are concerned that guns may be harder to obtain. >> if you look at the lines, today. this is a prime example of people who are angry and
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worried. >> record crowds also turned out for a gun show in daly city earlier this month. san francisco 49er fans will have one last chance to wish the team good luck before the players leave for the super bowl. they are scheduled to depart from their santa clara practice facility in just about four hours from now that hi they will then board a delta airlines charter flight bound for new orleans. the ravens will fly to new orleans tomorrow. alex savidge is heading to santa clara where fans have gathered and he will have a live report for us at 8:30. and we have a team of anchors heading to new orleans tomorrow. they will have live reports in every newscast leading up to the super bowl. and immediately following the super bowl ktvu channel 2 will have a live post game show right here. if you park in san francisco today you will need to feed the meter. it's the first sunday that the new parking fees will be
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enforced between noon and 6:00 p.m.. up until now drivers only got warnings but that grace period ends today. violators could find themselves with parking tickets starting at $62. public hearing is scheduled tomorrow in the future of pete's harbor in redwood city but it has now been postponed. the city canceled it after they asked for that delay. the california state lands commission is expected to clarify at its meeting in april if the lease can actually be transferred to the developer without that lease the development deal could fall through. water agency and environmental groups are asking the state to consider a smaller alternative to a planned tunnel for the sacramento, san joaquin river delta. . a smaller tunnel would actually result in more water for cities and farms. they also say it would with better for the environment and it would cost the state less.
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a live look from our roof cam this morning. just a gorgeous looking day outside stepping out maybe not feeling as good. still, freezing in some areas. but temperatures now slowly turning around and for the afternoon we'll be below average. 36-degrees in napa. 34 in fairfield. these areas starting out at freezing so now a tiny bump there. still cold. 41 in novato. mid 40s around the bay. san francisco reporting mid 40s as well as oakland. 31 defrees in calistoga. into the east bay temperatures chilly this morning in walnut creek 35 for you. 38-degrees in san ramon. the winds generally light right now. i do expect they will pick up in the afternoon where they are already gusty along the coastline this morning. half-moon bay reporting winds about 25 miles an hour. and even though half-moon bay reads 48 degrees it feels more
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like 40 degrees. a bit of a brisk start in most  locations. i'm seeing the winds pick up in the hills. storm tracker two noticed a bit of unsettled weather. most of us haven't seen any rain out of this. a few scattered showers fell in the over night hours. offs like the santa cruz mountains. for most of us it's been dry. we're cooling it off. this trough will be sinking through to the afternoon. that will continue our mostly sunny conditions. behind it the northwest wind will crank up. 10-20 miles an hour expected in most cases. 25 for our breezier areas like the hills and coast. expect a cool, breezy day. 53 in berkeley. 54 in oakland. don't forget the sun shades. we will have plenty of sunshine. 54 in novato. down into the south bay. mid 50s to upper 50s around redwood city, mountain view,
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and stanford. 56 in santa cruz. the extended forecast shows you, we are going to remain dry. we could use rain at this point. not going to see it as we stretch our way into the final week of january. we'll see a gradual warming trend. it will not come until tuesday, wednesday, or thursday. tomorrow morning chilly started. back to the desk. we should learn this beak how many people are learning -- the annual count of the homeless is scheduled to take place tuesday and wednesday. tonal survey found more than 7,000 people were homeless on any given night in the county. that number is expected to rise this year. volunteers are still needed for that count. movie based on the last day of oscar grant life scores big the prestigious prize it received. newark, new jersey mayor corey booker to the help again.
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but first let's take you outside. a sig alert has just been issued on northbound 101 at the 280 split. at least three vehicles involved in a crash and two lanes are blocked. we'll keep an eye on that. these sweet honey clustery things have fiber?
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lafayette. new questions are being raised about clothing factories in bangladesh after a second deadly fire there in just two months. that fire broke out yesterday killing seven people. there are reports people couldn't get out of the building because the only emergency exit was locked. the government is investigating the claims. but back in november when 112 people died in another clothing factory fire in bangladesh the gates of that building it was determined those were locked. u.s. military says it has successfully launched a missile interceptor rocket on the california's coast. they did not have a target. it was intended to be a warning to north korea that the u.s. has the technology to destroy long range byless tick missiles. north korea is threatening more nuclear tests this
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morning. state run media reports that leader kim junk june held a high profile meeting. hundreds of people joined a nation-wide test in -- the so- called million mom stroll included several men. they hope tapping into the power of families will encourage change. >> i just want to get some common sense gun safety solutions out there so that we don't have to go through this again and again and again. >> one million moms for gun control is a grass roots organization that was formed after the newtown elementary school shooting. the group has 72 chapters across the nation including ones in san francisco and marin county. the groups largest gun
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control march took place yesterday in washington, d.c.. despite a lower than expected turnout they felt energized. about 1,000 people marched to the washington monument. >> look at all the changes people said couldn't happen. civil rights, womens rights, don't ask don't tell. sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly. change will happen when we work for it as a country. >> this will not work or make a difference. >> reporter: what will make advenes? >> prosecute guys that commit gun crimes. >> a minister asked the crowd to pray in the direction of the white house to wish the obama administration success in passing tighter gun control laws. upcoming magazine article about president obama might surprise some gun control advocates. he tells the new magazine he has a profound respect for the traditions of hunting. in fact, he says he and friends go skeet shooting at camp david all the time. president obama also says gun control advocates need to
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listen more to understand why many americans are weary of government limits on firearms. tens of thousands of protestors took to the streets in san francisco on the 40th anniversary of the supreme court decision legalizing abortion. pro-life protestors marched down market street from civic center to justin herman center. pro-choice supporters held a counterrally. >> there is a more profound sight about access and affordability and insurance coverage and making sure that people especially in rural areas. >> i would like to see everyone question abortion more. they say abortion should be safe, legal, and rare. they don't even talk about rare. >> as many as 42,000 people attended the rally.
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it's the biggest antiabortion event on the west coast. supreme court could weigh in on the provision of the health care law a-- dozens of lawsuits have been filed by charities, hospitals, and schools who say the mandate violates their religious beliefs. analysts say appeals courts have made conflicting rulings on the lawsuits and it seems likely the supreme court may eventually take up the issue. advisory panel to the fda is calling for tighter restrictions on an ingredient found in many prescription painkillers. they want hydrocodone to be classified as a schedule 2 drug. the classification would limit the number of refills to patient could actually get. the fda has not said if it will act on the recommendation. hydrocodone is the most prescribed painkiller in the u.s.. kasey anthony has filed for bankruptcy. anthony filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy in florida on
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friday. she claimed about $1100 in assets and $792,000 in liabilities. most of that debt comes from attorneys fees, taxes, and court costs. but one claim covers a debt for scuba diving. anthony says she is unemployed with no recent income. movie about oscar grant won a top prize at the sun dance film festival in utah. >> why don't you take the train out there? that way you can drink and hang out and not have to worry about anything. >> fruitvale follows the last 24 hours before he was shot and killed on the truth vail bart -- on the fruitvale bart station four years ago. a series of benefit concerts continues this weekend to benefit injured giants fan bryan stow as he suffer asset back in his recovery.
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stow's mother is scheduled to attend tonight's concert in his hometown of santa cruz. it's one of four concerts organized by giants third base coach. stow was readmitted to the hospital on wednesday after suffering a blood clot that doctors say could have been fatal. man's best friend has a friend in the mayor of newark, new jersey. on thursday a news reporter tweeted to mayor corey booker there was a dog cold and alone in someone's front yard. so booker went to the house and got that dog. he put it into a police car to help it stay warm. the mayor found the owners cell phone number and gave him a call. that man said he was visiting friends in new york city and didn't know his dog had gotten out. >> this is brutal weather. this dog is shaking really bad. and you just can't leave your dogs out on a day like this. >> mayor booker has a habit of helping animals or people in need. in 2010 he shoveled the snow
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covered driveway of an elderly constituent. and last year he ran into a burning house to rescue a woman who was trapped inside. a bat causes chaotic moments during a college basketball game. what was done to get the animal to disappear after several delays in the game. it's a chilly start outside our door. the sun rose an hour ago. at this time temperatures slowly freezing in the upward direction. what you can expect now. what you can expect for the afternoon coming up. >2ñlñ@ e@
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some brazilians are already celebrating. thousands of people dressed as their favorite super hero. super man, wonder woman, and incredible hulk are all very popular festivals. it begins february 8th. five million people are expected in rio for the celebrations. it's a chilly one up in tahoe today. there is a chance of snow. let's take you up there. this is a live look at interstate 80 in king vail. snow has been falling in the mountains over the past few days. you can see that roadway is covered. it doesn't look like the cars and trucks are making it through there. just keep that in mind if you are heading up there. and speaking of snow. it's national learn to ski month. up until thursday ski resorts will be offering case counts on
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learn to ski packages. last year 100 people took advantage of learn to ski months. this year that number is expected to grow especially with the amount of snow resorts have been seeing. >> february actually is this week rosemary. and what do we see out there. any chance? >> you know january is a wet month typically. santa rosa normally picks up six inches. we picked up only nine tenths. we will end january on a dry note. for the entire season which starts way back in july, we're still okay. but yeah with those juicy storms in december helping us out. this morning it's about the cold. mostly cloudy skies. we know that cold air just really settles in sticks. temperatures in the 40s around the bay. mostly sunny skies. temperatures in the low 50s for your lunch hour. going to remain cool for today.
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we have a northwest wind that is blowing along the coast. and in some of our hills that will become more wide spread into the afternoon. expect cool, breezy conditions for today. under plenty of sunshine. 54 in oakland. 56 in san jose. the extended forecast as we mentioned a moment ago we are are looking at a dry forecast. all the way up to the end of january. next weekend we may see the pattern change just a little bit. between now and then just a slow minor warmup as we get into tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. back to you. the warriors continue their road trip tomorrow in toronto hoping to avoid a three-game skid. curry had 23 points. but it wasn't enough to beat former warrior monta ellis. david lee delivered his 27th double-double of the season. highlight for the warriors. before the warriors played the bucks marquette was playing providence in that same exact arena. the game was interrupted by that bat. the bat first appeared with about 11 minutes left in the
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game. it sent players and referees scrambling as it swooped down there. the game was stopped twice. then arena officials say they need to do something. >> the bat could be. >> lingering. 8:27. hundreds of people in san francisco lose power. how it all started with an advertising banner flying from a small plane. and the 49ers faithful they are gathered this morning here at team headquarters. they are ready to send their team off to the super bowl. you'll hear from some of these dedicated fans coming up. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso.
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we are just one week away from the super bowl. today the 49ers head to new orleans as they continue their quest for a sixth title. welcome back to mornings on 2 i'm claudine wong. >> the 49ers play at the big easy a few hours from now and some niner faithful are eagerly awaiting to give them a big sendoff. alex savidge is joining us live. what is happening alex? >> reporter: you know i will tell you what these are the dedicated fans out here early at the practice facility. take a look at the scene here over my shoulder. you've got about a dozen or so fans all dressed up in their 49er gear. they are cheering on the players as the players pull in. just a minute ago we saw frank gore pull into the practice facility. the team is going to be getting ready in the next couple of hours to pack up on to the buses and head off to the big easy for the big game. the super bowl against the baltimore ravens.
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i want to bring in some of the faithful 49er fans. we have eldon and maria brown. you came up here from san jose. why come out here so early today? >> show support for our team. hopefully get a couple autographs. >> reporter: how much do you think it means for you fans to be here as that team bus pulls away? >> it means a lot to us. a lot. >> reporter: how do you feel about the dame? >> so excited. i'm happy. go niners. >> reporter: and you've got these guys out of bed early on a sunday morning. you happy to be here? >> yes. >> reporter: how are the 49ers going to do in the super bowl? >> win. >> reporter: all right, all right. there you go. they are hanging out here at the back gate. you can imagine this crowd will grow as we move throughout the morning. what they will do is board the team buses 11:00 this morning. probably pull out of the practice facility about noon or so.
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they head on over to san jose airport. then they get on the plane heading to new orleans. they will be there for the remainder of the week until the super bowl again a week from today. facing off against the baltimore ravens. live this morning in santa clara alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >> also leaving today are our ktvu crews. look at this lineup. then immediately following the super bowl ktvu is the only station that will be airing a live post game show. solano county tattoo parlor is showing 49er fan. they will create 49er thats to for just $49. the regular place is $120. the manager expects a rush on friday as well as saturday.
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football fans are asking the obama administration for their very own national holiday. they created an online petition asking the monday after the super bowl be declared a federal holiday. 111million americans watched last years big game. organizers hope to reach 100,000 by the end of next month. you can see the petition and some of the reasons for the holiday at ktvu.com. it is on our home page under web links. more now on the developing news that we've been following in brazil. investigators say only one exit properly worked at the kiss nightclub. the majority of the 245 people killed were trampled to death. police believe pyrotechnics from a concert sparked the fire. brazil's president is canceling an important economic summit in chilly and heading to that club fire. she is calling it a national tragedy. >> i would like to say to the people of our country that in
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this time of sadness we are all together and we are going to overcome this sadness while still in mourning. >> santa maria is located in southern brazil. many of the victims were college students. this morning the coast guard is trying to figure out what caused a sailboat to collide with a tug boat near the golden gate bridge. >> they were rescued by -- >> it happened around 3:00 yesterday afternoon. the tug boat was towing a barge when the accident happened. the force of the collision threw two people from the sailboat right into the water and caused that sailboat to sink. both people were rescued and no one was hurt. the coast guard was also called out to rescue a fisherman near the petaluma river in sonoma county. authorities say the man's boat got stuck in a marsh yesterday
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afternoon. he got stranded after he tried to walk to shore. they used a helicopter to reach him. he was also not hurt. the investigation into the cause of a huge fire at a landmark comedy club will continue tomorrow. friday nights fire destroyed the original pepper belly comedy and variety theater on texas street. it took firefighters about three hours to control that fire. yesterday firefighters spent the day making sure no debris would fall into the street. the area has been rendered safe and texas street is back open to the public. firefighters in napa say an electric blanket may be to blame for a fire that destroyed a mobile home. that fire broke out early yesterday morning at the napa valley manner which is on lincoln avenue. a neighbor woke up to flames and tried to put it out with a bucket of water. but was unsuccessful. firefighters say that mobile home is a total loss. fortunately nobody was hurt. crime in california rose sharply lasteer according to fbi statistics violent crime and property crime rose in 40 of california's largest cities.
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it is the largest crime incross the state has seen in 20 years. crime rates vary greatly by city. analysts say crime will likely increase again as prisons begin releasing inmates early. a new report shows a number of teenagers in marin county being arrested for dui's has doubled. they arrested twice as many teenagers 18 and younger for driving under the influence in 2012 compared to the year before. the department also says the dui arrests of teenagers almost always involves multiple passengers. suspicious package shut down stockton tunnel for several hours. they responded to vallejo yesterday afternoon when someone spotted a suitcase. people in nearby businesses were told to shelter in place. is >> it was a metal case and we had no other way to determine
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what it was other than just because there is so much pedestrian, vehicle traffic. just tons of people out here. we had to air on safety. >> the tunnel was closed for about two hours. a robot removed the suitcase which did not contain anything hazardous. a banner is being blamed for cutting power to thousands of people in downtown san francisco. that banner promoting hair cuts fell from a small plane around noon yesterday. now you can see where it landed. it landed on power lines and that did force crews to shut down the busy intersection. it also knocked out power to almost 2,000 people in the sonoma and china base neighborhoods. >> i saw a plane banner carry -- a plane carrying a banner. the banner was frailing and drifting. >> power has now been restored. the faa is look into what caused that banner to come off
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the plane. construction on high speed rail is said to begin in july. state has not bought the land needed for the bullet train route. officials haven't acquired a single acre along the central valley route where construction is supposed to begin in six months. they hope to begin making offers on lands in the next several weeks. the cost of acquiring land could delay the project even further. prices have been rising and that could raise property owners expectations far above what the state expects to pay. in less than 30 minutes the oakland a's will start selling tickets for the upcoming season. a ktvu viewer tells us there are close to 200 people in line right now at the coliseum. that is what happens when you have a great season. tickets go on sale at 9:00 a.m.. you can get them at the coliseum. that is always fun or you can also buy them online. the a's remember are holding the fan fest at 10:30 this morning. tickets for that eastbound traffic -- for that event, however are sold out.
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starting with a live look over san jose. mostly mostly chilly start to the days. 37 in concord these numbers 12 degrees cooler than where we were 24 hours ago. 45 in oakland. 40s in areas right around sfo, san francisco, mid 40s. 47 redwood city. 45 mountain view. 43 for you in san jose. if you are getting outdoors early this morning. temperatures sitting around 39 degrees. mid 40s palo alto. sliding over into fremont. 43, 44 in sunnyvale. right now the winds generally light around the region. gusty along the coastline. half-moon bay posting around 30 miles an hour. the winds will become more wide spread as we get into the afternoon. not a lot of fog out there. in fact, i'm not seeing any
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fog. we have a cooler drier air mass already settling into the bay area. we are just on the tail end of this unsettled weather. the loop shows you a few scattered showers riding down the coastline. santa cruz mountains reported a little bit of rain in the overnight hours. this is shifting out of the area and will relieve us with that cooler dry air in place for the afternoon. that northwest breeze is going to kick up and brick us breezy conditions. scattered showers continuing over the sierra for today. if by chance you're heading out there this morning, up the hill you will need the chains. controls this morning and snow levels down about 2500 feet with another inch to two inches of snow expected up over the hills or the mountains for the afternoon. your forecasted highs here at home under mostly sunny skies. 53 for vallejo. 53 san francisco. 54 in hayward. into the north bay 54 for you novato. 53 san rafael. notice cool numbers. we've got chilly conditions expected throughout the day with that wind if you encounter
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the wind expect it to be really brisk at times. 56 in san jose. 56 morgan hill. 56 los gatos. the extended forecast we will get into a slight warming trend. it's really not going to happen tomorrow. tuesday we may begin to fill. it's not until wednesday, thursday fair skies. we've got fair weather as well. low to mid 60s in the forecast for the afternoon. over night lows will begin to bump up as well. another set back for victims of super storm sandy. how people who don't have heat in their homes are still trying to cope with some frigid temperatures. but first let's take you outside. there is a sunny look at traffic on highway 24 in lafayette. you can see things moving along just fine. but in san francisco there is still a sig alert in effect at the 101-280 split. two lanes are blocked. chp trying to clear that up. keep that in mind if you're head into the city. we'll keep an eye on it for
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welcome back on this sunday morning. a life look at the most -- a live look at the mostly sunny skies. mt. diablo is 33 degrees at
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this hour. death toll continues to rise from the latest series of rioting in egypt. three people died this morning which follows 37 deaths. yesterday several hundred other people are injured. the violence began when protestors clashed with security personnel. they were angry at the death sentences handed out by an egyptian court. streets in some parts of egypt are desserted this morning. many shops are closed and hotels have asked their guests to leave in fear of more violence. u.s. is hoping to defuse a crisis in mali. right now the french military is waging war against al qaeda linked militants. they promised the u.s. would help refuel u.s. french jets. they also plan to assist in the fighting. u.s. government says it will likely train them for combat as well. a new york congressman is working with officials to locate an american woman who
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disappeared while traveling alone in turkey. she aerod in istanbul on january 7th. she was supposed to return last week but did not get on her flight home and has not been heard from sense. her passport and clothing was in her room in turkey. her family are now waiting for answers. >> you know, you have so many stories going through your mind. you don't know what to think. you don't know what to believe. you don't know what to expect. >> the family says they are working with u.s. officials as well as the turkish national police. he will be traveling to turkey this week to meet with authorities. seven people were killed after a violent saturday in chicago. one of the victims was a 16- year-old boy. no arrests have been made in any of the homicides. last year chicago recorded more than 500 homicides for the first time since 2008. police in southern fool lee are questioning a man suspected
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of killing a triable officer critically jurying two deputies and setting a fatal fire. it all began when officers responded to a report of a man walking down the road. he opened fire on a triable officer. killing him and two sheriffs deputies were critically injuried. they also found the remains of an elderly man inside a burning mobile home. >> arrive add the scene -- at the scene. encountered the male. fired multiple rounds. striking the police officer who was fatally wounded here at the scene. >> authorities believe the shooter suspect the fire before he was confronted by the officers. he was also shot but is expected to survive. schools in los angeles are stepping up security following last months school shooting in newtown, connecticut. the district announced it's hiring 1,000 aids for security oaf forts. at least two aids will be hired
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to 400 elementary schools if they will have radios and vests. the plan is expected to cost $4.2 million. a dallas man is thanking some good samaritans for thanking his life. he doesn't remember running off the road and into a lake friday morning. his suv sanks to bottom and left him trapped inside. two joggers saw that crash and tried to pull him out. three police officers came to help and pulled his unconscious body to safety through the sunroof of his vehicle. >> on my way to work. next thing i know i'm in the ambulance. no clue what happened. >> tropical storm say hay -- doctors say he suffered a mild seizure. they told him to avoid driving for at least the next six months. nearly 50 hikers had to be rescued in arizona after they were trapped by raging flood waters. crews had to use cell phone signals to help find the
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people. after a massive search effort everyone was accounted for. the flood waters came from run off from heavy rain fall earlier in the day. victims of super storm sandy are being tested again. this time by frigid temperatures. some gas lines are still not working. people have to resort to space heaters and blankets just to stay warm. residents have been flooding the gas company for help. but they say it's very difficult to have the crews come out and make repairs. >> if i'm not here, you get skipped over and yo have to wait again. so you have no choice. >> there is one big source of help coming. that is the force of volunteers. a number of people have been showing up to clean up and get the neighborhood back to normal. >> hearing are scheduled to begin this week on chuck hagels nomination nation to replace leon pi neat.net that. he is scheduled to appear before the senate arms services committee on thursday. hagel is a republican but his
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nomination is opposed by interest groups from both parties. the conservative organization americans for a strong defense is running tv ads saying hagel would weaken national security on gay rights group has accused hagel of being antigay, antiwoman, and antiisrael. vice presidential form recapped date paul ryan spoke to a group of conservatives in washington. he said they must stick together. ryan calls obama care 13,000 pages of regulations. >> sometimes we will have to reject the president's proposals. that time might come more than once. and sometimes we'll have to make them better. the president will bait us. he will protray us as cruel and
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unwielding. >> the party must broaden its appeal to include more minorities and women. supreme court justice sonya sotomayor will be in the bay area tomorrow. she is the first latino appointed to the high court and now on tour to promote her book my beloved world. it recounts her life from the bronx project to a federal bunch. michael bloomberg has donated more than $1 billion to his alma mater johns hopkins university. that includes a $350 million bloomberg gave just last week. according to the university, bloomberg is believed to be the first person 20 reach the $1 billion level of giving to a single u.s. institution of higher education. while many people right here in the bay area will have their focus on the game super bowl sunday, their commercials are always a pretty big draw.
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coming up a sneak peek at ads created by the public that are competing for a big spot during the big game. it's a frigid start to the day but our temperatures slowly thousanding out. i'll have a timeline of your sunday temps coming up. ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong, i don't wanna be right ♪ [ abrupt record scratch, music stops ] what!? it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, 100% whole grain oats... and that sweet honey taste. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. [ female announcer ] find your favorite and fall in love with the great taste of cheerios.
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there is a new push to get a bike sharing program going in marin. right now a public bike share system is being looked at by the transportation authority.
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under the plan, bikes will be made available at transit centers and town centers where people would pay to unlock a bike and get on to their destination. the bike could be collected by a company and brought back to the original location. four stations would be set up. not a bad day to hop on a mountain bike. if you do go, bring a jacket. cold out. blue skies. >> it's a pretty day. it will be a little chilly. a little breezy. bring along the jacket. you will be fine. temperatures at this hour beginning to creep in the upward direction. sink all the way back into the low 30s for some of our valley locations. napa and fairfield reported 32- degrees. as we get into the morning though, into the 9:00 hour wide spread 40s in the forecast. low 40s for some of our valley spots. upper 40s to around 50 in the bay. 10:00 feeling even better. wide spread mid 40s. most of us will range in the
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low 50s by then. and then for your lunch hour low 50s in the forecast. a cool day. a brisk day. 54 in oakland. 55 redwood city. if you plan accordingly you will be fine. the extended forecast get into the final week of january going to be dry. we will see a repeat for tomorrow. a cold start, a cool afternoon and a slow warming trend tuesday and wednesday and into thursday. back to the desk. san jose sharks will put their perfect 4-0 record on the line tonight when they host the vancouver canucks. patty march low scoring two goals in the 4-0 win. it was his fourth multiple game to open the season. that has not been done in the nhl since 1917. doritos is asking super bowl fans to decide which ad should run during the big game. five finalists are competing
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for their ads to run during the super bowl. all of the ads were created by people in the public. not by ad agencies. two of those ads though are going to air next sunday. the public will pick one through online voting and doritos. today you can get a preview of oakland rummage sale. it's not until march. organizers say today's preview is a must for the serious white elephant shoppers. tickets do cost $20 to get in. sale is at 333 lancaster street. the white elephant sale is on march 2nd and 3rd. the new dream liner. what we are learning about the company this morning and its plans for the dream liners future. if you are getting ready to drive to san francisco today. maybe you are already living there you might want to bring quarters with you. the new enforcement that officially goes into effect today.
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. hundreds dead and hundreds injured, what happened when a nightclub burst into flames. preparing for a super bowl send off, faithful 9ers fans
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gathered at headquarters directed to send the team to the big day and the big game. we will tell you what is happening right now at the coliseum. complete bay area news coverage continues, this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. good morning everybody, welcome to mornings on 2. >> and i am claudine wong and if you are thinking it is a little colder, you are right, rosemary orozco says it is going to be cold but beautiful. yes we are cold and 15 degrees colder than where we were yesterday and a northwesterly breeze will bring a chill to the afternoon. your forecast looks dry and i expect a bit of a warming trend coming up. san francisco 49ers are getting ready to head to the super bowl and in just a few
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hours, their flight leaves and they are gathered at the 49ers practice facility where they are waiting to greet the team. >> reporter: well i tell you at the santa clara practice facility, it is growing right now and take a look at this crowd. it is growing, they believe that the 49ers could bring home another championship back here to the bay area and they are all gathered to the practice facility, the headquarters of the 49ers and let me show you what is going on in the last half hour as the 49ers have been pulling in, in their own cars into the facility. obviously they will get all of their gear packed up and get ready to go and they will be boarding the buses not long from now heading off to the airport and leading to the facility just about noon today from that flight to new orleans. and we spoke to the fans about why they want to be out here and they say that the fans are
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behind them. >> the message is good luck, we have been waiting for this for a long time and i can't even explain it if they win it. i am a rage crave, like wilson and the giants. >> reporter: there is a lost confidence and anxiousness as well when you talk to people. a lot of people say they feel nervous and the next week leading up to the super bowl is going to be difficult but folks said they wanted to be out here with their fellow fans and that's part of getting over that nervousness. they began a week from today, the 49ers as we ail know -- as we all know have history on their side and they always come back with a victory. they say they will do the same thing a week from today, alex savage, ktvu channel 2 morning news. we are also sending a news team of anchors to new orleans and they will have live reports starting up -- leading up rather to super bowl sunday and
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it all starts at the 10:00 news. immediately following the super bowl you will see alive local post game show right here on ktvu channel 2 morning news. happening right now, tickets are officially on sale for the oakland a's 2013 season and ticket options opened up just a few weeks ago. today also marks the fanfest which gets underway in about an hour and a half and if you don't have a ticket, you are out of luck. that sold out just weeks ago. there is a new update on the tragedy in southern brazil. the nightclub has been revised from 245 to 230. fireworks lit by a music band may have started that fire and investigators say there was only one working exit and many victims died after they were trampled. the families of the victims are going to a nearby gym to
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identify the bodies and the sports center has been turned into a make-shift morgue. it is a cement area in cupertino and it is a story we first told you about a few hours ago. both trucks and tires caught fire there at the plant and pg&e was also called to the scene to assist with power lines, no word on the cause of that fire. this is the same spot where three people died and several others were shot years ago. a disgrunt tall -- dips groundel employee -- an upset employee shot him and killed himself two days later. they got shot last night and that driveby shooting happened at the terrible section -- intersection across
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from the offices of facebook. they were in a car with four other people when they were hit. the driver took off to east palo alto before stopping for help. that car was ridelled with close to a dozen bullet holes and they are trying to figure out with the shooting was gang related. >> the child was hitting on his mother's lap and they were both hit by bullets. the child sustained a grazing wound to his leg and head. >> the child was taken to the medical center and their injuries were not considered life-threatening. and the people shooting them were last seen headed towards the dumbarton. a man was gunned down near bell street in east palo alto. he was pronounced dead at the scene and a half a dozen bullet casings surrounded his body. no arrests have been made in
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either case. one person is in critical condition after being thrown from a car after an earlelly morning collision which happened near college avenue and montana street. police are still looking into what caused that carat and both were going the speed limit. drugs and alcohol do not appear to be factors. police crashed overnight while going the wrong way on interstate 880 in hayward. the driver spotted the vehicle at 11:00 a.m. but the driver took off. he ended up going north on the southbound lanes. the driver still crashed into another car and two women in that other car were taken to the hospital and their injuries are not considered to be life- threatening. the man driving the other way ran from the scene and at last check has not been cut. guns are being turned in by their owners. 680 guns were turned in at a
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gun buy back event in salt lake and gun owners got $100 for a shotgun and rifle and 200 for assault weapons. jackie spear a survivor of the jones town massacre said every gun turned in is one less life lost. >> we'll see whether or not any person or any persons should be allowed to have a weapon... >> they held a town hall meeting about gun violence and somebody in that audience said gun control is not the answer but justices just need to do a better job locking up felons. it is the first sunday that the new parking fees will be enforced between noon and 6:00 p.m. up until now, drivers were just
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getting used to this and those parking tickets start at $62. a live view of oakland, isn't that a gorgeous shot, plenty of blue sky overhead and for some it is a little breezy and when you mix the two, it is cold. 43 in concord 42 in napa, fso 48 degrees right now and if you are headed to the airport, the light breeze is making it feel like 40 degrees. the strongest gusts are right along the coastline. half-moon bay is 50 degrees and if you are getting out to walk the dog this morning, see the trees, that breeze will add to the chill factor. 46 in menlo park, and temperatures are holding into the 40s in menlo park and most of us are relatively calm to light and we will get it later
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today. our pattern is beginning to change starting with the dryer air mass and the colder air mass is beginning to filter in and we are not seeing much fog. it is showing a little bit of moisture and this is the sale end. we have northwesterly breeze that will be kicking up and if you are going to the sierra, chains are required. this system is finally pulling out behind this that strong northwesterly breeze could pick up and reach 30 miles per hour and especially right along the coastline or those windy areas through parts of the delta. today sunny and cool and a potential for gusty conditions. 52 in berkeley, 54 in oakland, 54 in san francisco. these temperatures are slightly cool for january. 54 in novato and in novato, a light breeze in your
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neighborhood and i am seek it pick up -- seeing it pick up. 56 san jose, 56 los gatos, 56 morgan hill and the extended forecast, dry conditions throughout and we get into tomorrow morning, we have another round of chilly weather and bundle up the little ones as they head-off to school. temperatures in the upper 50s in the forecast and we have a gradual warming trend as we get into the second half of the week and low-to-mid 60s as we head 0 to the afternoon. ready to fight, fda wants to add restrictions on some of the most commonly used pain killers in the country. >> now you guys can hang out and drink and not worry. >> plus a movie is taking home an award. how you could still have a chance to see that film for
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live look at the bay point and mt. deepwater horizon oil leak upper 30s and 40s outside at this hour. new -- mt. diablo deb upper 30s and 40s. now the fire broke out yesterday and self people were killed. there are reports people could not get out of the building and the government is investigating those claims. back in november 112 people died in another clothing factory fire and in that fire it was later determined that the gates of that building were locked. they have successfully launched a missile rocket and yesterday's launch near the other did not have a target but it was intended to be a warning to north korea that the u.s. has the ability to mark long range missals and they are
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calling for the national defense system to come forward. and they held a high level meeting with security and foreign affair advisers. he order them to take quote, high profile measures and there is no word on what those measures are. they are protesting sanctions after a rocket launch last month. and this might surprise some gun control advocates. he tells u.s. magazine he has a pro found respect for hunting. in fact he does shooting all the time but he said people need to understand why americans are weary of firearms. they joined a nationwide protest against gun violence and christie field is holding
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antigun signs. this stroll also included many men and they found tapping in the power of families will encourage change. >> i just want to get some common-sense solutions out there so we don't have to go through this again, and again and again. >> reporter: 1 million moms for grassroots control was formed after the newtown connecticut elementary school shooting. the group's largest march took place in washington d.c. despite a lower than expected turnout, they felt energized. police estimate about 1,000 people marched to the monument including people from newtown connecticut. thousands took to the streets on the 40th anniversary of the supreme court legalizing abortion. pro-life protesters marched from the civic center to justin
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herman plaza and they held a counterrally and a law student testified and joined criticism from rush limbaugh as a guest speaker. >> there is affordability an insurance coverage and they have to make sure people in rural areas have access to it. >> i would like to see more people question abortion more. they used to say abortion is safe legal and rare. they just say it is safe and they don't even talk about rare. >> at the civic center, it is believed to be the biggest event on the west coast. healthcare law requires insurance plans to cover the cost of conception. dozens of lawsuits have been filed by charities and schools who say the ban violates their religious beliefs. it seems likely the supreme
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court will eventually take up the issue. fda is taking uptighter restrictions on pain killers including vie den. they want -- vicodin. they want it to be considered a level 2 drug. the fda has not said if they will act on the recommendation but hydroco doesn't is the most -- hydrocodone is the most prescribed painkiller in the u.s. flights from tokyo to seattle and seoul are also canceled. the cancellations are a expected to -- are expected to affect 32,000 passengers nationwide. it has been ground following a series of battery fires and investigators have not determined what is causing those fires. according to the court,
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they have filed bankruptcy and she claimed 1100 in assets and 792000 in liability and most of the debt comes from attorney fees and court costs. one comes from scuba diving and she said she is unemployed with no reason income. blood brother won sundance awards at the film festival. friuitvale follows his last 24 hours before he was shot and killed on the platform four years ago. the film won the best dramatic award as they bought the rights to friuitvale and it could be released in theaters soon. bryan stow suffers a set
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back in his recovery. ... [ music ] >> bryan stow's mother is scheduled to attend the concert. bryan stow was readmitted to the hospital after suffering a blood clot that doctors say could have been fatal. a dramatic rescue in southern arizona and why rescue crews risked their lives to save others. we will have your afternoon highs coming up. stay tuned. [ crickets chirping ]
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. nearly 50 hikers had to be rescued in arizona after they were trapped by raging floodwaters. crews had to use cell phones to
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help find people scattered in the forest. after the nationals search effort, everybody was aaccounted for and the flooding came from rainfall earlier in the day. there are cats found and lucky to be alive after a cruel case of animal abuse. animal rescue abuse officials say they have never seen anything like this before. victims of super storm sandy are being tested yet again this time boyfriended temperatures and some -- by frigid temperatures. people have been reduced to space heaters and the workers have not been coming out to make the repairs. >> if i am not here you get
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skipped over and you have to wait again so you have no choice. >> there is one source of help, volunteers despite the freezing temperatures, a number of people have been showing up and clean up to get the neighborhood back to normal there. your time now is 9:24 it's cold and sunny outside and headed outdoors, rosemary orozco said do not bring sunglasses. >> yes, it is hard to be upset about what is going on here when you look at what others are dealing with. it is a chilly start you may be thinking about breakfast outdoors and temperatures are back 2309s so mid--- back in the 30s. in the 10:00 hour mid-40s like livermore, napa fairfield, low 50s around the bay and by afternoon we are all catching up, low 50s in the forecast for the lunch hour and then in the
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afternoon some of us are remaining in the lower 50s. 54 in fremont, 52 passive can and in -- pacifica and in addition to this, we are going to see the winds pick up and in most cases, along the coast, we could reach 30 and it will be brisk for the afternoon. it is just as chilly and colder mid-to-upper 50s and with dry weather lasting into tuesday wednesday thursday and this pattern is going to dominate a slow gradual warming trend, we are having a nice day on thursday. let's get back to the desk. this is a live look in the sierra. actually the roads will clearer than they were this morning. chains are required on highway 50 and on interstate 880.
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rosemary orozco says they could get another inch or two and that could bring more to the ski resorts which makes them happy and if you want to learn to ski, guess what, it is national ski month. they are offering discounts if you want to learn to ski or snowboard. last time they learned and that number is expected to grow especially with what they have seen this season. americans are taking a tighter hold of their guns. >> crowded, ridiculous. they will wait a couple of hours for anything. >> why the president is causing gun shows to be booming across the state. they are sending their team off to the super bowl in new orleans and we will show you the crowd gathered here.
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. as you can see, 49ers fans are getting excited because of a special send off as they get ready to head to the super bowl. it is january 27th, i am claudine wong. >> good morning everybody, san francisco 9ers are getting ready to head to new orleans and their flight will take off
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to new orleans. they are just outside santa clara where fans are waiting to send them off. alex? >> reporter: these are the dedicated fans. many of them have been out here for several hours outside of the team headquarters here in santa clara. let me show you this group.$♪ right now they are fired up as they prepare to head-off to new orleans for the super bowl. the team right now, most of the players we have seen them arrive and let me show you as these fans cheered on the players as they drove to the practice facility. right now they are getting ready to go and they will be loading up and the team buses are set to lead the practice facility in just about noon today. as you can imagine all the last minute preparations are going on as they get ready to face off with those tough defensive minded baltimore ravens. we have spoken with 9er fans all over the baltimore area and all over the country for that
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matter. one man is the head of 49ers's fan club and he told me he is here on business and he has this message for the team. >> have fun, enjoy it and hopefully you get that win. [applauds] >> reporter: are arching shows? >> yes, -- anxious? >> yes, very anxious. >> reporter: there are some nervous fans but they say they will be staying out here and seeing those buses pull out of headquarters and that should be happening around noon and they will be heading directly to the airport on a flight down to new orleans where they will spend a week and of course they are excited about the quest for 6 championships, ktvu channel 2 morning news. we are sending a team of anchors and there they are,
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left to right, they get those with a few rings themselves with the 49ers and they have reports leading up to super bowl sunday and those will start tonight on the 10:00 news. immediately following the super bowl we'll see a live post game show right here on 2. they created an online tradition in the white house and they declared monday a federal holiday. 111million americans watched last year's big game and more than 7500 people signed that but organizers want to reach 100,000 by the end of next month. some of them has it under the home page under web links. allied inc. in fell lay will create tattoos
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for $49. the regular price is $122 and they are expecting a rush on friday and saturday. tickets are officially on sale for the oakland a's 2013 season. there were more than 200 people waiting to buy tickets when it opened at 9:00 a.m. and it gets underway at about an hour and a half. tickets were sold out for fanfest weeks ago. supreme court justice, judge sonia sotomayor will be there and she is the first latino and she has a book that accounts her life and it begins at noon at the theater in san francisco and that event is sold out. a banner is being blamed for thousands and the banner fell from a small plane near
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5th and brandon streets. it fell on power lines forcing crews to knock out power to almost 2000 people in the basin neighbor hoods. >> -- neighborhoods. >> the banner is not in a correct position and it was trailing and drifting. >> power has been restored and the faa is now looking to what caused that banner to fall off that plane. the bomb squad responded to vallejo and powell streets after somebody spotted a metal suitcase. they were told to shelter in place and the streets were closed to all traffic. >> it was a metal case and we had no other way to determine
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what it was. but there were just tons of people. the robot removed the suitcase which did not contain anything hazardous. the landmark investigation will continue. fire detroit theater on texas street. it took firefighters three hours and they made sure no debris could fall into the street. texas treat is now back open to the public. firefighters say an electric blanket may be to blame for a fire that broke out on lincoln valley avenue. the neighbor woke up and tried to put it out with a bucket of water and the mobile home is a total loss but fortunately nobody is hurt.
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l.a. times reports caltrans used funds for equipment and training rather than deposit it -- deposit iting it and the state's park's department has come under fire even as they were in danger of being closed. they are planning to investigate the allegation. this morning's coast guard is trying to figure out what happened near the golden date bridge. >> it happened around 3:00 yesterday afternoon and the tugboat was towing a barge when it happened. the force of the collision threw two people from the sailboat into the water and caused the boat to sink. both people were rescued and they are interviewing crew members to determine what led
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up to that crash. also called out in sonoma county and they got stuck in a marsh as they were trying to get to shore. he was not hurt. according to fbi statistics, violent crime and property crime rose in 4 cities. crime rates did vary by city. san jose saw a 3% increase in crime and they will increase again as prisons begin releasing inmates early. as many as 20,000 people are expected to pack a gun. many on the west coast say they are worried guns will be hard to get and they say they are having a hard time keeping
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ammunition in stock. >> if you look at these lines, this is a primary example. public hearings are schedule for tomorrow and the city canceled the event after st. pete's harbor group asked for a delay. they are expected to clarify whether the lease on the outer harbor can be transferred to the developer without delays the development deal could fall through. we should learn, the annual count of the homeless is scheduled to take place wednesday and thursday. they found more than 7,000 people are homeless on any given night in the county and that number is expected to rise but sol tears are there -- volunteers are there for the
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event. past the golden gate you can see a little bit of fog and a few clouds are hanging off the coastline and most of us are waking up with plenty of sunshine and temperatures are beginning to warm. winds are generally light and they will be pick up for the afternoon. we do have a north brisk breeze and along the coast i am seeing it in the hills and not everywhere but it is widespread as we get into the afternoon. 40 in napa and we woke up in the 30s in napa as well as fairfield and so a nice hike. we started out 32 napa and 44 in novato and i am seeing a light breeze but if you do have it outside your door it makes it feel like it is 40 degrees and a 12 per hour breeze makes it feel like 30s.
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46 in san ramon and these temperatures are cooler than yesterday morning. another cool down is taking place and this last bit of unsettled weather, it almost looks like popcorn and i see little cells jumping around and in san mateo and santa cruz, this is going to continue south. so areas are right around the area and for the rest of us we are clearing out with mostly clear skies, cooler temperatures are in store and we have that cool breeze and temperatures will be below average. snow is still falling for the morning hours. controls are expected and low snow in some cases down about 2500 feet with an inch to two inches with new powder expected by the end of the day. temperatures will remain on the cool side, 54 in oakland
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mountain view down into palo alto, 56 for morgan hill, your ridge of high pressure will dominate our weather pattern as we get into the final week of january, no rain in sight. p upper 50s and and the next chance for rain looks to be oh possibly next week so i will be tracking that for you and between now and then i have relatively cool weather. they are hosting of the vancouver canuks. they were in multiple score games to open the season and that has been done in the nhl since 1917. >> quite impressive thereby
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. good morning to you, a live look over the east bay hills and there is a pretty start to the day but it is a chilly one. new this morning, the santa clara county sheriff's department is investigating a
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death in unincorporated morgan hill. they got a call around 3:00 a.m. this morning reporting shots fired in the area of oak valley road and sheila avenue. when they got there, they said somebody was unconscious and not breathing inside a home. deputies tried to revive him and at this time they do not know if that man's death is related to the original 911 call. with the latest series of rioting in egypt, that new leader will hold a national address tonight. three people died this morning which follows 37 deaths. the violence began when protesters ban and they handed out information in connection to a soccer court and muhammed
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is looking into it. he promised he will help the u.s. refuel french jets and they will try to assist in the fighting. a congressman is now working with officials to locate an american woman who disappeared while traveling alone. she arrived at istanbul and was scheduled to come back and she has not been heard from since. her passport were found in her room in turkey and her family including her two sons are now waiting for answers. >> you don't know what to think or believe or what to expect and you know what will happen out of this. >> u.s. is working with turkish
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national police and the family will be going to turkey to meet with authorities. they threatened to blow up the liberty bell and police say yesterday the man called and found he put two backpacks in front of a store which is about a half of a block away from where they are. they now say there were no explosives and they say it it is not known what led him to make those claims. he is critically injured. it all began when officers responded to a man reportedly walking down a road and the man opened fire on a tribal officer and two officers responded and were critically injured and firefighters found the remains of an elderly man inside a burning mobile home in the area. they believe the shooter set
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the fire before he was confronted by the officers, he was also shot. they will ask to renew the parcel tax in a special mail in, in june. it is set to expire 2014 and they have $132 for the high school district. last year they generated $8.1 million and 70% of eligible voters said they would vote to extend that tax. reducing childhood obesity, food core service members will be open in the district and food court is the tradition of america corp. they are replacing leon
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panetta as secretary of defense and he is scheduled to appear before the senate armed services committee on thursday. hagel was a republican but his nomination is opposed by interest groups from both parties. america for a strong defense is running television ads sailing he would -- saying he would weaken national security and they say it is because he is antigay, anti-israel and anti- woman. they are expecting to be unified against the present he spoke to a group of -- the president. he spoke to a group of nationals and they expect to pick their fight and they are now looking at 13 pages of proposals. >> sometimes we have to reject the president's proposals and sometimes we will have to make them better. the president will bait us and
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portray us as cruel and unyielding. >> they believe the congress is going to run in to 16 -- 2016. the state still has not bought the land and l.a. officials have not acquired a single acre along the central valley route where construction is to begin in six months. they hope to make the offer in the next several weeks but the cost of acquiring it could delay even further and that could raise expectations above what the state expects to pay >> >> they are asking to reduce to a smaller tunnel in combination which would result in more water for cities and farms and they also say it would be better for the environment and
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cost the stateless. it is expected to cost $20 billion. a new bike show in marin. under that plan, bikes would be made available at townsend ters and people would pay to unlock the bike and the bike would later bring it back to four separate locations. tomorrow it will cost you more starting with the price of postage it is going up again and it will cost 46 cents for post and and the latest increase was announced back in october. well the countdown to the super bowl is on and many enjoy the game and others enjoy the commercials. >> that is my toy, coming up, we will have a say in at least
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one of the songs expected to air. we will have a timeline on your temperatures coming up.
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. 9:54 on the clock let's recap our top stories, survivors from the fire are describing the panic inside the building when they set that fire and because it is still a chaotic scene the government has been changing the death toll and they just announced 232 people have died. if you are out in san francisco, you might want to bring some quarters. it is the first sunday that parking fees will be enforced and violaters could be found with parking tickets starting at $62. 49ers are getting ready to head out to the super bowl and
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they will head out to the santa clara facility today. baltimore-- today also marks the as fanfest which gets underway in just about an hour and it is sold out. new this morning, a secret service dog fell to its death in new orleans. it was taking part of a sweep near the hotel where vice- president joseph biden was speaking. the secret service is calling the death a tragic accident. they are asking super bowl fans to decide which ad should run during the big game. 5 finalists are competing for their ad to run during the super bowl and all the ads were created by the general public and not at agencies. two of the ads will air and the
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public will pick one and doritos will pick the second. well, and animal is making a big super bowl prediction... [applauds] [crowd noise]. >> there you go, there is the proof. the 25-year-old animal picked the san francisco 49ers to win the super bowl. she was given two boxes, one had a 49ers blanket and one had a ravens blank kit and -- blanket and they say they could not be happier with the pick. >> she is just picking a blanket out of the box. >> she is picking the winner, that is what she did. to find out we all have to wait until son tie. i want to check in with rosemary orozco and i want to go out on a limb and say maybe
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san francisco ? >> yes, cool and brisk under mostly sunny skies and that's what we can expect. 40s to lower 50s and lower 50s are expected for the second half of the day as well. 53 in san rafael, 53 for san francisco, and 54 in san mateo. redwood city 65 and for the second half of the afternoon in concord a cool one, 54, mid-50s in napa and if these numbers are not cool enough, it will feel colder when the wind begins to blow. we have a cold northerly breeze setting up and the winds are blowing well, up to 30 miles per hour. it will become more widespread and you can expect that later today. no rain in site and last week, it was a dry one. they picked up about an inch and even less than that in many areas. >> a little snow in the sierra. >> thanks, rosemary.

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